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  • Hi.

  • I'm hungry.

  • Your local bag lady.

  • Welcome to my charming, but in life.

  • So this is the face that I'm going to be doing today.

  • I'm very excited about this.

  • Is has this beautiful organic nose piece that you can just take out whenever needed on it.

  • Just has a general very drowsy, sleepy vibe, but with a bit of color to it.

  • First, I'm getting one of my brows, but yeah, so I'm just doing my foundation routine.

  • I grew up in a very pretty part off the Varia, I suppose, which is just It was very, very shielded, very Catholic whenever I could've, which is start dreaming off different things.

  • Different world for an early school.

  • The teachers would always just tell my parents that I'm a dreamer not being to present when it came to actually learning about maths or things like that.

  • When I was a kid, I didn't really experiment that much on me.

  • It was mostly destroying monsters, I suppose, And drawing creatures never appeared to me that I could just turn myself into anything I drew or anything I thought about.

  • So right now I'm just doing ah light contouring and highlighting my parents were very involved with the church in our town.

  • So at one point I was also an altar boy for a while.

  • The whole ceremony of a mess was always very, very performative, very strong.

  • The rich embroidered on the government's all of these things that always just found very, very fascinating.

  • The Catholic Church then definitely was one of the reasons I left the area, because the whole Catholicism's and all the strict rules that come with it and all the discrimination that comes along with organized religion are just things I didn't want in my life anymore.

  • Berlin was a good escape for me.

  • For that, I am going to start going in with the grease paint on the mapping out of the face.

  • Well, this is what I picked up from my studies, basically from my life, drawing class to just kind of see the proportions off the thing you're working on.

  • As I'm working on my face, I just tried thio.

  • Just try Thio, use the paintbrush to see where things line up if they're on the same level and just using that as a as a helper for symmetry.

  • I do know my face more than I should.

  • It doesn't help me knowing that it's not perfectly symmetrical, but it helps for my work doesn't help for myself imagery because I know that it's not perfect.

  • Then it could be perfect.

  • Yeah, Now I'm going to go in with the black to really create the I illusion.

  • I would want to see how it moves, how it would react if I pose if I do different if I squint, if the line would still make sense in a motive way.

  • Basically, this is my full illusion.

  • At this point, I'm gonna add more details like I would drag down my pupil diagonally and then just slammed my eyes out more.

  • So it's just a very wide I.

  • And if I'm putting the lenses in, this is supposed to just be the black space with the lashes.

  • And then this is all I for now that either roughly done, I'm going to go in with grease paint to add color to it.

  • Hungry really appeared out off a very impulsive idea to just try drag on.

  • I was always very into the idea off, being other worldly and very bizarre looking over time, it became or more organic, more animalistic, just delivering more of an insect vibe.

  • Overall, hungry definitely evolved along with me.

  • So at the beginning, when I started, it was also I was also kind of fresh to Berlin.

  • So it was very much the vibe I thought was right for Berlin.

  • It was just right for me because I became more aware of my actual interest that weren't necessarily linked to the city of the scene.

  • I think that's when way actually took a very different route Pretty early on gender wasn't really a topic for me anymore, especially not in my drag.

  • It didn't really want to have those strong boundaries on myself with a thing that I could be so free with.

  • So in my drag, I was trying to stay away from everything being so binary because I felt it was just so much stronger if it was just to stand alone, character, object or creature.

  • At one point, my work was just so far from what I had originally known as drag.

  • I didn't find drag to be fitting anymore.

  • In that sense, I just started describing it a distorted drag because it make more sense to me to, like, drag your eye out and make it bigger or make it weird.

  • It was to something I created for myself.

  • I never realized anyone else would and even relate to the term for what they do and what they they take their drag or their work, what with color is done.

  • And now I'm going to go in with some gold paint to map out where the glitter is gonna go.

  • Symmetry clearly is beautiful to me, and it is just a very immediate way of expressing perfection, to have the skill to get things symmetrical, more or less symmetrical, like they see the symmetry.

  • So they see this is symmetrical, that this has, ah, very technical aspect to it.

  • So they appreciate it just for that first.

  • And then they try to question, Would they considered beautiful in what they usually would see as beautiful, Like what with the standards of beauty of bye beyond what they know and that I always found quite interesting.

  • In preparation for a Fashion Week gig, I went to camp, look, market on, hunted down the one store that still had Halloween, lends us on.

  • I put them in and I just kept staring at myself because it was just such a face opening moment.

  • I felt like I could do so much more with it.

  • I'm gonna add Fletcher lashes on.

  • That's your BF Back in school, I briefly did some research on camera surveillance on how you could prevent it or how you could confuse the cameras.

  • Andi started working with the idea off, hiding the nose.

  • I noticed that the earliest, when none of the face filters would work on my face, where cameras didn't really see my face anymore.

  • It has gotten better, which is a bit scary.

  • Cameras do tend to track me now.

  • Not like I can hide looking like this, but it is actually claiming more attention than just being undercover.

  • The's just lashes e cut up just to frame my eye.

  • Allusion to be a bit more understandable.

  • As and I I'm just gonna add the mouthpiece, and now that it's all completed, I'm going to work on my outset.

  • I'm going to get ready to take myself out for dinner.

  • Yeah, this'll is it.

  • I'm dressed of a successful eighties businesswoman with my statement shoulders, a bit of teeth, hair and my sensible court shoes, and I'm gonna take myself out Fresh Nitsa.

  • One of the first words that I learned the meaning off in Berlin was just relevance.

  • Ah, lot of the reactions I get are just not relevant to my life That does not relevant to who I am to what I do into my story.

  • E kind of managed to just separated from making an impact to people that I care about and then to not care what the irrelevant people necessarily say or how they react.

  • Yeah, it's always of immunity you need around you, Onda.

  • I'm very lucky to have found mine here.


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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/15
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